Till

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Till

1. A term for government funds.

2. A British term for a cash register.
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Beneath this layer a level of boulder clays is noticeable (Soltysik and Rybka, 1993).
The work has revealed two circular areas, each about six metres in diameter and about 40 metres apart where there was obviously no underlying boulder clay.
Unconsolidated boulder clay or indurated till typically overlies carbonate bedrock (AM, GR 3085 G8100, Item 6, AM, GR 3085 G8105, Item 121) and is probably equivalent to till described by Baracos and Kingerski (1998).
A ramp, made out of the same boulder clay and gravel as the cliffs, has been built to replace steps which crumbled away.
Recently completed geochemical sampling has identified anomalous domains consisting of boulder clay alteration and trace element anomalies including chlorite, illite, dravite, lead, arsenic and yttrium.

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